More about Chase
Question 1 - Where were you born?
David Chase - Born in Nashville, Tennessee.
Question 2 - What school(s) did you attend?
David Chase - I attended Auburn University from 1995 to 2000 for my Bachelors of Science in both Business Marketing as well as Logistics. In 2007 I graduated from Vanderbilt University with a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering and Construction Management.
Question 3 - What did you do after graduating?
David Chase - I ran and managed a few bars and nightclubs in Nashville owned by some friends, then moved to DC/Baltimore area to run an East Regional office of the family construction company.
Question 4 - What do you do for a living?
David Chase - I assist the already outstanding Woobies team with strategic oversight, organization, and management including corporate strategy, similar to my role at my family international construction and real estate business.
Question 5 - What inspired you to pursue Woobies?
David Chase - Woobies is not just a name and we don’t make just “widgets”. Woobies is a brand, a lifestyle, a way of living true. I aspire to surround myself with individuals that speak and walk righteously. That character gives credence to the quality, intent, and brand of Woobies, and what a “Woobie” is…
Question 6 - How would you describe Woobies in 3 words?
David Chase - Water. Void. & Tao. “Water is life but adopts the shape of it’s receptacle. It is sometimes a trickle, yet also could be a wild violent Sea.”* Void is also Woobies. Void is the art of knowing, without knowing. It’s the Way. That’s Woobies to me.
*Miyamoto Musashi, The Book of Five Rings, 1645
Question 7 - What are your goals and aspirations?
David Chase - To assist and help anyone in a time of need, having purpose, and being involved in something that makes a difference.
Question 8 - Is there anything else you would like to say to our veteran community and customers?
David Chase - Never envy. Compete. Don’t die on me. Please don’t earn the “enemy marksman award.” Dirka Dirka Muhammad Jihad, Leroy Jenkins.
“Go for the Turkey…”